Cindy L. Taylor
Sundquist Science Complex, Room C203
P.O. Box 4718
Clarksville, TN 37044
Ph.D. Mississippi State University (Biology), 1992
M.S. Southwest Missouri State University (Biology), 1987
B.S. Southwest Missouri State University (Biology), 1984
Human Anatomy and Physiology, Zoological Diversity, and Human Biology
National Science Foundation S-STEM Grant
“Increasing the Number of Regional Community College Graduates and Active Duty Military Personnel, Veteran and Dependents Enrolling in and Completing a STEM Baccalaureate Degree”, Cindy L. Taylor, Principal Investigator, Karen Meisch, Co-Principal Investigator and Nell Rayburn, Co-Principal Investigator. $588,800 Awarded 17 July 2012 for 1 August 2012 to 31 July 2017. Award No. 1153787
Taylor, C. L. and R. Altig. 2013. Hyla gratiosa (Barking Tree Frog). Algal Harvest. Herpetological
Altig, R., M. R. Whiles, and C. L. Taylor. 2007. What do tadpoles really eat? Assessing the trophic status of an understudied and imperiled group of consumers in freshwater habitats. Freshwater Biology 52: 386-395.
Taylor, C. L., R. Altig, and C. R. Boyle. 1996. Oral disc kinematics of four lentic anuran tadpoles. Herpetological Natural History 4:49-56.
Taylor, C. L., R. Altig, and C. R. Boyle. 1995. Can anuran tadpoles choose among foods that vary in quality? Alytes 13:81-86.
Taylor, C. L., and R. Altig. 1995. Oral disc kinematics of four rheophilous anuran tadpoles. Herpetological Natural History 3:101-106.
Taylor, C. L., R. F. Wilkinson, Jr., and C. L. Peterson. 1990. Reproductive patterns of five plethodontid salamanders from the Ouachita Mountains. Southwest. Nat. 35:468-472.
Taylor, C. L., and R. F. Wilkinson, Jr. 1988. First record of Sorex longirostris (Soricidae) in Oklahoma. Southwest. Nat. 33:248.